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Haemorrhoid therapy methods

Haemorrhoid therapy methods

Haemorrhoids (dense cushions of vascular tissue in the anal canal) work in the human body to help close the rectum. However, for a variety of reasons that increase pressure in the abdomen, haemorrhoids can become enlarged, causing bleeding, pain, itching and tension in the anus, as well as unpleasant symptoms. These symptoms are due to enlarged piles.

Although haemorrhoids are a common disorder, many people hide this problem and delay seeing a medical specialist. The most common symptom of a haemorrhoid is bleeding during a bowel movement. Blood on the toilet paper is a signal that you need to consult a proctologist.

According to the proctologists at InnMed Clinic, a timely diagnosis of haemorrhoids can make the treatment much easier, so they urge patients not to be scared of seeing a doctor. In order to determine the duration and nature of the problem and prescribe the appropriate treatment, it is usually sufficient for our experienced specialists to listen to the patient’s complaints and perform a short examination. If necessary, an endoscope examination of the anal canal or other more informative examinations can then be performed. By using effective modern methods, this tiresome problem can often be resolved permanently in a single day.

The haemorrhoid therapy will depend on the stage of the disease. InnMed Clinic typically uses advanced low-invasive methods for the treatment of haemorrhoids – latex ligation of piles, infrared coagulation, haemorrhoid sclerotherapy and the HAL-RAR treatment of haemorrhoids. These are painless and discomfort-free procedures with no complications during the postoperative period.

The InnMed Clinic proctologists have many years of experience in the treatment of proctological diseases. Nonetheless, they would like to warn patients that without timely treatment, the disease will progress until surgery becomes the only available treatment option. Failure to see a doctor in time can also lead to an unnoticed malignancy, as bleeding is a sign of haemorrhoids but is also one of the most common symptoms of colorectal cancer.

Do you have some unpleasant symptoms? Make an appointment by telephone: +37070050050.

Our attentive and highly qualified proctologists will offer a quick and effective solution to your delicate problem.